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Coeur de Terre | Oregon Wine Guide

Located in McMinnville AVA, Coeur de Terre is a fairly new vineyard with a lot of passion behind it. French for “Heart of the Earth,” the name Coeur de Terre was inspired by a large heart-shaped rock found while excavating the grounds for the vineyard. The owners, Scott and Lisa Neal, planted the vineyard themselves and have lived on the property, farmed the land (using organic farming techniques), and made the wine since its inception. READ MORE

Youngberg Hill | Oregon Wine Guide

Located about an hour and fifteen minutes west of Portland, Youngberg Hill is definitely a gem worth exploring. I discovered the beautiful estate while driving from Portland to Lincoln City, and am so glad I decided to make the stop. The beautiful tasting room is located in a picturesque bed and breakfast nestled on a 50-acre hillside boasting spectacular views of the surrounding organic vineyard. The winery has practiced organic methods sine 2003, and is certified both LIVE sustainable and Salmon Safe. READ MORE

White Rose Estate | Oregon Wine Guide

When I first entered the White Rose tasting room, it took my eyes a few minutes to adjust to the small (very) dimly lit interior. The cozy rustic wood and leather décor present the feeling of stepping into an attic or log cabin. While the grounds are beautiful, the tasting room offers no windows for guests to enjoy the view. Despite this, the intimate experience and A+ hospitality make the tasting room worth a visit. I was somewhat surprised to discover they only serve Pinot Noir READ MORE